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Cara 'thinks Whoopi overreacted'

Published 08/08/2015

Cara Delevingne
Cara Delevingne

Cara Delevingne allegedly doesn’t think she did anything wrong on her awkward Good Morning Sacramento interview.

The legendary actress took a swipe at Brit star Cara on US talk show The View after Cara’s recent embarrassing interview with Good Morning Sacramento. She declared Cara a 'newbie' who 'isn't famous' and argued interviews are just part of her job as an actress.

The presenters started Cara's interview by getting her name wrong, then asked her awkward questions about new film Paper Towns, which a confused Cara seemed to get flustered about. In the wake of the interview, some have branded her sarcastic responses rude.

“Cara doesn’t believe she’s done anything wrong. Yes, she was cranky, but she has good manners. She’s never really cared what people think about her. This is just Cara being Cara. She is inexperienced at film junkets, but they were quite rude. It did seem a bit lost in translation. She definitely didn’t think it warranted Whoopi Goldberg’s rant on The View. However, she trusts in her talent to see through, that’s all she cares anyone judge her on,” an insider told British magazine Grazia

People are divided over the interview, with many claiming the hosts were the rude ones and put 22-year-old Cara on the spot with comments including suggesting she take a nap.

Despite the furore Cara is busy with acting jobs, including the much-hyped Suicide Squad, which has a 2016 release date.

“She isn’t really thinking all that much of it. Pronouncing her name wrong at the beginning? I mean, really! She’s just saying yes to everything at the moment because she doesn’t want to miss out on it all. She’s working really hard and she’s just knackered,” another source said.

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